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Getting the most Bangalore for the buck

Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) opened in 2008 with high hopes of becoming a world-class facility.  Toward that end, the public-private partnership that owns the airport commissioned Jones Lang LaSalle to objectively evaluate Bangalore as an aviation center, and create a long-term “game changer” strategy to elevate it to top-tier status.  Our charge included advising on 600 acres of potential on- and off-airport development.

Our team of airport logistics real estate specialists conducted a feasibility analysis and demand and use studies, benchmarking findings against our study of the top 16 “airport cities” in the world.  Once we learned how Bangalore measured up, we focused on the city’s and airport’s strengths in helping the owners forge a vision for the airport’s direction, a master land use plan and a marketing strategy to attract a top-flight developer and occupants for Bangalore’s “Air City.”  We are currently in the midst of initiatives to select a developer, source potential private capital and attract user prospects that include U.S. aviation-focused universities interested in establishing Indian campuses alongside Bangalore, one of the world’s most modern airports.

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